Diego Cirulli was born in Bariloche, province of Río Negro, Argentina, in 1981. He began his training in the workshop of Jose Rueda and drawing and painting lessons at The Villagran Brothers‘ Illustration Studio and José Alberto Marchi’s workshop. After that he went to Eduardo Molinari’s seminar El Calor (The Heat) and the artistic clinics of Diana Aizemberg and Gabriel Baggio. Cirulli took a course on Scenic construction at Teatro Colón and is currently on the theatre’s permanent staff. He completed his studies at Instituto Nacional del Arte (National University Institute of Art) and got his degree in Visual Arts with his dissertation. In 2006, Diego launched the art workshop „Kalos” and has been teaching there while working, at the same time, as a set designer for several independent theatres and contemporary dance companies. He has participated in the art work for several illustration books published in Argentina and other countries. Diego Cirulli has had individual and group exhibitions in Argentina and other countries, including Bosnia, Brazil, the Dominican Republic, France, Spain and Uruguay. Some of his most notable works are the installation C. C. M. H. at the Cultural Centre Haroldo Conti, which was declared a site of national, cultural interest by the federal secrtariat in charge of cultural affrairs and the painting exhibition Public Education in the Dominican Republic.
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